Racing returns for Sunfish Worlds:
Brant Beach, NJ (August 30, 2017) – After strong winds sidelined the fleet yesterday, the third day of the Sunfish World Championship started out today with cloudy skies and a bit of a nip in the air but ended up being a near perfect day. With six races now completed, preliminary race results show Clemente Sequel of Chile has climbed up from second overall this morning to now the top of the ladder. Full report.
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TF10 Trimaran: Foiling Goes Mainstream:
Over the past year and half, high-ranking and highly engaged members met inside New York YC’s Harbour Court Station to agree upon what the club’s next sanctioned one-design class would be. The result was the commissioning of the Westerly Marine-built IC37 monohull, of which club member Malcom Gefter has little interest in.
The white-haired and freakishly fit septuagenarian thorn in the selection committee’s side will instead be off flying his 36-foot TF10 trimaran. Gefter and four others, including New York YC Commodore Phil Lotz, have embarked on their own endeavor, one t…
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